£550,000 Offers over
Lot 3 Rarely available with detailed planning for 7 units, this farm enjoys a fantastic position with aspects over bishop loch only 5 minutes drive from Glasgow. Lochwood was designated as a site of special scientific interest (SSI) when archaeologists found the remains of the bishop of Glasgows country palace. Added to this late 19th century archaeologists discovered Iron Age crannogs in bishop loch. Commanding policies of circa 120 acres of mixed ground (mainly grazing), the farm may appeal to the developer as an attractive project or to the farmer looking for a small holding. Detailed planning has been granted for seven units ranging from two to four bedroom homes forming a traditional courtyard setting. Lot 1 - Farmhouse Development with detailed Planning Permission o/o £300,000 Lot 2 - Farm ground extending to circa 120 acres o/o £250,000 Lot 3 Lot 1 &Lot 2 o/o £550,000
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